Kayaking & Canoeing Courses
Scotland is world renowned for its unique scenery, areas of wilderness and diverse wildlife. With much of this incredible landscape being made up of stunning coastlines, remote lochs and spectacular rivers, it is no wonder that Scotland offers some of the best paddling destinations you can find. Add to this the access legislation that makes these amazing locations available for all to responsibly enjoy, and you have a destination that is perfect for any paddler seeking a unique adventure.
Glenmore Lodge is based in the heart of it all and our paddling programme takes us to the very best that Scotland has on offer. With years of unrivalled experience our instructors are as passionate about their coaching as they are about their paddling. It is with this experience and knowledge, along with our extensive range of up to date paddling equipment that we can help you develop your paddling. We seek out the best of Scotland’s rivers for our white water courses, we travel to a variety of coastal locations to explore the cliffs, sea stacks, caves, wildlife and tidal races for our sea kayakers. Along with the amazing white water destinations, we explore the vast and remote Lochs to search out relaxing touring or exciting white water for our canoeists, and of course, with all that coastline and beaches the surf kayakers can be assured of perfect waves in stunning locations. With this unique range of environments to explore our touring courses allow you to experience them all whilst journeying in stable canoes, kayaks or sit on tops.
Whatever your level of experience, we know that you will be able to find the perfect course to meet your aspirations and our coaches will be there to help you with every paddle stroke you take on your journey.
For details of our skills development courses follow the links below. If you are interested in paddling qualifications then please click here. For those of you interested in qualifications our new Paddlesport Flow Chart will help make sense of the UK qualifications.